MINUTES OF THE REGULAR FACULTY COUNCIL MEETING OF
April 14, 2008

VIII. NEW BUSINESS.

A.

Report of the Committee to Nominate Faculty Members for Appointment to the Intercollegiate Athletics Councils for Men and for Women and to the University Co-op Board of Directors (D 6172-6173).

Chair Burger reported that the Faculty Council Executive Committee had served at a nominating committee in developing slates of faculty names to be forwarded to President Powers for his consideration in naming new appointees to the Athletics Councils and Co-op Board of Directors. The panel of faculty nominated for appointment in 2008 to the Intercollegiate Athletics Council for Men is as follows:

Ben Carrington, assistant professor, sociology
Michael Clement, associate professor, accounting
Diana DiNitto, professor, social work
James Sidbury, professor, history
Janet Staiger, professor, radio-television-film

The panel of faculty being nominated for appointment in 2008 to the Intercollegiate Athletics Council for Women is as follows:

Larry Carver, professor, English
James Deitrick, professor, accounting
Neville Hoad, associate professor, English
Tess Moon, professor, mechanical engineering
Joan Mullin, professor, rhetoric and writing

The panel of faculty being nominated for appointment in 2008 to the University Co-op Board of Directors is as follows:

Linda Golden, professor, marketing
James A. Nolen, Jr., distinguished senior lecturer, finance
Darlene C. Wiley, professor, music

Professor Edmund Gordon (anthropology) nominated Professor Louis Harrison (associate professor, curriculum and instruction) for the Intercollegiate Athletics Council for Men’s slate and Professor Helena Woodard (associate professor, English) for the Intercollegiate Athletics Council for Women’s slate. After there was discussion regarding the number of names that could be forwarded to the president, Professor Alba Ortiz (special education) moved that the rules be suspended for one time only so the slate could be sent forward. The motion was seconded and passed by voice vote.

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